My name is Brian and I’m a local Yeperenye man living in Alice Springs. I love music and writing songs. When I was younger I used to live in the Amoonguna community where I have lots of happy memories. I then lived in Little Sisters camp, as well as with my Dad at a homeland in Kings Canyon National Park. In 1988 my dad got some musical equipment which started my journey with music and kept me out of trouble.
I have known MHACA for a long time and remember when MHACA was just starting out. MHACA has helped me a lot, there’s nice people who are supportive and who generally care. MHACA has helped me to speak out about all of my problems, to let out all the bad stuff and take in the good stuff. Whilst there is negative things, I like to look at the positive things in life.
I like the group activities at MHACA and enjoy interacting with people. It makes me feel happy on the inside. I like the fun and jokes at MHACA and I like the music program. MHACA is a happy and peaceful place, a good place to be.
I like where MHACA is now and I hope that it will stay for a long time and help lots of people with mental health problems.
I forward to a bright future, a happy future for everyone who comes to MHACA and for myself and my family.